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How to bring your Minecraft creations to life

A fancy new app for your iDevice sees your Minecraft children brought into this dimension

The only half decent thing we’ve managed to create in Minecraft is a gigantic cat wearing a top hat and tie (yes, really) and the thought of bringing him into this world fills us with a mixture of curiosity and dread.

Luckily a new iOS app called Minecraft Reality aims to safely teleport your uploaded blocky masterpieces into your surrounding environment, thanks to the wonders of AR.

You can view creations from any angle as well as see what people nearby have built, so head on down to the App Store where you can snap up a copy of Minecraft Reality for £1.50 – a small price to pay for sharing your hard work with society.

[via Engadget]

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